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em: 21 de Janeiro de 2010, 03:04
Se alguém está a pensar ir ao estrangeiro tirar o curso deste "senhor" ou traze-lo a Portugal , é melhor pensar 2 vezes.
Apanhei estas opinioes em foruns estrangeiros , e as coisas não correram lá muito bem.
Há paginas e paginas em forums de que o curso não vale um chavo.
Por isso façam um favor a vós proprios.
POUPEM O VOSSO DINHEIRO.

"Just to let people know my mate went on peter webb trading course and he said it was a complete waste of time and money.
He paid £400 for the day and most of it was past videos of winning trades.
He did one live trade for £10 that went the wrong way and let it go in running and lost £40.
He tried out his methods the next day and lost £1300!
Ihope you find this useful."


"I've been on the course and my advice to anyone would be to put the £400 into your betfair account instead as you will lose money when you first start out.

I was hopeful before I went, I wasn't expecting it to be the holy grail but I was hoping that it would help me improve on what I was doing and would give me a better idea on understanding the direction the price would go using graphs.

After paying for the course I received an email from Peter telling me where it would be and to send him an email telling him about my experiences with trading and what I hoped to get out of the course, I emailed him back with the information he wanted and I also asked him a few questions about whether there was any reading material I should read up on that would benefit me before taking the course, sadly Peter didn't bother replying to my email which I thought was ignorant considering I had just given him £400.

Fast forward to the day of the course and I turned up at the venue to find the bar area of the hotel packed, my first thought was that there must be another room hired out for something else but they were in fact all there for the course, 20 of us in total which I found misleading from the picture on his site with about 8 people sat around a table, it went from what I thought would be an up close meeting where a few of us had the chance to pick his brains to me being sat about 30 feet away at the other end of the room struggling at times to hear what he was saying.

Peter then started his seminar by telling us "I don't really need to do these courses" while I'm sure everyone was sat there like me thinking about the £8k he was making on the day and wondering if he was actually taking the piss or not.

He then spent the morning telling us about bet angel and the different things you can do with it, he had a go at bookmaking and made a complete mess of it while attempting to kill time by telling us the tale of when he had a dream about Southampton getting relegated and how he was 7th in some fantasy football competition by predicting 1-1 in every scoreline, by this time I was feeling more than bored but was still optimistic about the horse racing in the afternoon.

Lunch arrived and Peter sat down and was telling people how he and Adam Heathcote often ring each other to discuss how they were doing, which was different to the "we only share links" he claims on his site, still I think a few got more info out of being able to pick his brains over lunch than they did for the rest of the course.

The afternoon session started with a buzz of anticipation as this was what we were all there for, that soon disappeared as two things I were expecting from the course failed to happen, first of all he didn't cover graphs and how he reads them at all which was a huge disappointment, secondly I was expecting to be able to watch him trade and learn from his style but this didn't happen either, we were treated to him trying to trade 2 races, one using his instant back bet button on bet angel when the original bet was matched and another with him trying to scalp by pushing through his bet, he did make money on the bet he tried to push through but lost far more when trying to demonstrate the back bet facility.

That was it as far as live racing goes and the rest of the afternoon was filled with him showing us old videos of ones he'd done on another day that are available on his blog anyway.

There were a few interesting bits like how he puts money in the gaps on the ladder so that he's at the front of the cue if the price ever moves that far in that direction, he also explained how he thinks the prices become more volatile depending on the grade of the race as there is less money about, nothing groundbreaking anyway and the course notes are nothing to shout about either, in fact you can flick through most of it if you've ever used an API before as it is aimed at beginners.

I left the course and spent the 2 hour drive home feeling disappointed and felt like I had been ripped off, it could have been worse as there was a lad there who had come over from Australia for it.

Overall I would give the experience a 2/10 and one of those was for the curry I had at the hotel the night before.

Avoid."



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Re: peter webb trading course
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em: 21 de Janeiro de 2010, 08:16
Se as pessoas vao para la a achar que pagam 400£ e saem de la a saber ganhar milhoes é obvio que vao ficar desiludidas..



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em: 21 de Janeiro de 2010, 09:58
Se as pessoas vao para la a achar que pagam 400£ e saem de la a saber ganhar milhoes é obvio que vao ficar desiludidas..

Bom... é óbvio que não.
Mas se era um curso, esperava-se um pouco mais (pela descrição dada), e não ver vídeos de trades...
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em: 21 de Janeiro de 2010, 19:00
http://www.apostaganha.pt/2007/05/06/em-barcelona-com-betfair-e-peter-webb/


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em: 21 de Janeiro de 2010, 19:11
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em: 21 de Janeiro de 2010, 21:11
Nunca fui a uma formação do Peter Webb mas mesmo assim posso fazer alguns comentários.

Primeiro de tudo não sei onde foste buscar esta informação pois no caso do fórum do Bettrader já encontrei vários tópicos a deitar a baixo as formações dele.

Agora pergunto-vos acham que um fórum que promove um software concorrente ao BetAngel consegue ser totalmente isento?

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He paid £400 for the day and most of it was past videos of winning trades.
He did one live trade for £10 that went the wrong way and let it go in running and lost £40.
He tried out his methods the next day and lost £1300!

Isto denota um total desconhecimento acerca do trading.

Posso garantir-vos que deve haver muito poucas pessoas capazes de vos explicar uma técnica de trading sem que, para que possam lucrar, tenham de praticar um pouco até conseguir pô-la em prática.
Como o Peter W. faz basicamente trading em cavalos presumo que ele tenha perdido dinheiro nesse mercado o que piora ainda mais as coisas.

GARANTO QUE TRADE EM CAVALOS, POR MAIS QUE LEIAM, REQUER SEMPRE MUITA PRÁTICA DA VOSSA PARTE.

O problema não está no Peter W. nem em outro formador em concreto mas sim na prática exigida.

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He then spent the morning telling us about bet angel and the different things you can do with it, he had a go at bookmaking and made a complete mess of it while attempting to kill time by telling us the tale of when he had a dream about Southampton getting relegated and how he was 7th in some fantasy football competition by predicting 1-1 in every scoreline, by this time I was feeling more than bored but was still optimistic about the horse racing in the afternoon.

Em relação a isto eu já desconfiava.

Basta colocarem-se na situação dele.

As pessoas pagam 400 libras para aprender sobre trading e não para aprender a mexer num software que não faz mais do que os da concorrência e ainda por cima é mais caro.
E o mais grave disto tudo é que, sem ver o Peter W. a fazer trading, quase podia apostar que a única ferramenta que ele usa é a ladder e o botão para distribuir o lucro.
Mas para isso uso o "A Geeks Toy" que é de borla.

Deve ser a parte mais chata da formação. Ainda por cima funcionalidades que estamos todos fartos de saber.

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O problema é que uma formação deste género cria sempre grandes expectativas e claro está que isso não pode acontecer.
Reparem uma coisa, se todas as pessoas saíssem suficientemente elucidadas era sinal que as técnicas eram de fácil aplicação.
Se fossem de fácil aplicação muitas mais conseguiam lucrar mesmo sem frequentar as suas formações.
Mas, infelizmente, as coisas não são assim.

Como disse no início nunca fui a uma destas formações mas se fosse, já ia com as perguntas apontadas no papel para o questionar no momento apropriado para no final não dar as minhas 400 libras como perdidas.




 


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